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New Testament, can be supplied with the “Lesson-Book” on that alone, and subsequently can take up the Old Testament.
The book, as a whole, is called “LESSONBOOK ON THE BIBLE.”
When bound separately, volume I. is on the Old Testament, and volume II. on the New.
Such a work as this has for a long time been the desideratum of Sunday schools. Having been prepared expressly to meet an acknowledged want, we trust it will fully answer its purpose, and be in every case preparatory to more enlarged and thorough courses of Biblical study, as childhood shall emerge into youth, and youth shall be followed by manhood and riper years.
DIRECTIONS TO TEACHERS. N. B. TEACHERS in using this book should bear in mind the following rules :
1. Give short lessons, such as every scholar can learn tha roughly:
The lessons into which the book is numerically divided are merely designed to designate subjects, not the amount which should be studied during a given week. That amount will necessarily vary with the capacity of the class.
2. Explain every lesson familiarly BEFORE the child is required to learn it,
3. Always have a Bible present while teaching, from which to read and illustrate the subject in hand.
4. Be not satisfied till you see every one of your pupils ao tually interested in the lesson recited. Your success in this will depend greatly upon your own
aus and careful preparation.
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Qriestion. What is the meaning of the word Bible ?
best book in the world.
alone could reveal. Q. Were all the books of the Bible written at once? A. They were not; but were written at different
times and in different places.
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Q. By whom were the several books collected and formed
into one ?
wonderfully with each other?
with his children,
books of Moses.
Isaiah and Jeremiah.
Law and the Prophets?